What to Give

Gifts to the Educational Foundation have the potential to affect change now, well into the future, and every day in between. By considering the gift most appropriate for donors and their unique circumstance, they can also take advantage of key tax benefits. Below are a few kinds of gifts accepted by the Educational Foundation.

All gifts to the Educational Foundation are tax-deductible. For more information what to give, please feel free to contact a staff member at (317)872-8000. 

Cash

Gifts of cash provide tangible resources to immediately further the mission of Lambda Chi Alpha. These gifts can be processed online, by mail, or by phone. Cash gifts can be further designated as a one-time gift or scheduled to recur monthly, quarterly, or yearly. 

Online

Phone

Call (317)872-8000 to make a gift by phone. 

Bank or Wire Transfer 

Call Ann Sobierajski, Development Coordinator of the Educational Foundation, at (317)803-7357 to give by bank or wire transfer. 

Mail 

Please mail gifts to the address listed below: 

Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Foundation 
Attn: Teresa Carlson 
11711 N. Pennsylvania St., STE 250 
Carmel, IN 46032-6959 

Federal Tax ID: 13-6266432 

Securities

Appreciated assets (e.g. stocks and bonds) can be given to the Educational Foundation. They can offer income tax deduction benefits as well as savings on capital gains, which is not assessed on the appreciated value. To transfer a gift of stock, please provide your broker with the following information.

Vanguard Brokerage Services at DTC #0062
Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Foundation, Inc
Transfer Account #83748457

Retirement Assets

Supporters may also give all or part of their retirement assets (IRA, 401(k), 403(b), pension, etc.) which may otherwise be taxed at greater rates if left to other beneficiaries. By designating the Educational Foundation as the beneficiary on their retirement assets, donors can reduce their tax burden and share a larger portion with family and loved ones.

Real Estate & Non-Traditional Investments

Real estate (e.g. houses, condominiums, commercial property, farmland, rental property, undeveloped land, etc.) and other, non-traditional investments (e.g. partnership interests) can be given the Educational Foundation after review and advice of legal counsel and upon approval of the Foundation Board of Directors. 

Please contact Dan Hartmann, President & CEO of the Educational Foundation, for additional information. 

Personal Property

Tangible personal property (e.g. works of art, jewelry, collections, automobiles, manuscripts, books, etc.) can be given to the Educational Foundation, either to display or sell, and receive a tax deduction for the appraised value. 

Please contact Dan Hartmann, President & CEO of the Educational Foundation, for additional information.